Sex Education: Season 2

Sex Education: Season 2

Sex Education: Season 2

Asa Butterfield leads this puberty comedy as an inexperience teen who channels his sex therapist mum (Gillian Anderson) as he and a rebellious student team up to provide an underground sex therapy clinic at school.

2020Rating: TV-MAUKNetflix
ComedyDrama

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EPISODE 2.1
1 January 2020

Episode 1

Masturbation turns out to be Otis' secret talent, but can he master his unruly desires for Ola? A chlamydia outbreak distracts the student body.

EPISODE 2.2
1 January 2020

Episode 2

After Jean makes a cringey appearance at school, Otis tries his hand at pleasing Ola—and advising a hapless teacher. Fearless Maeve buckles.

EPISODE 2.3
1 January 2020

Episode 3

On her way to surprise Maeve, Aimee gets a horrible shock on the bus. Rahim connects with Eric as a Milburn family dinner gets seriously awkward.

EPISODE 2.4
1 January 2020

Episode 4

Ola wants to go all the way, but Otis is on edge. Jean and Maeve need their space. Jackson has performance worries, and star-crossed lovers reconnect.

EPISODE 2.5
1 January 2020

Episode 5

Otis and Eric get away from romance and retreat to the woods with Remi. But parents aren’t perfect, as Maeve knows. Later, Ola follows her heart.

EPISODE 2.6
1 January 2020

Episode 6

Bouncing back is the only option, so Otis throws a small gathering that turns rowdy, and Jackson deals with the healing. Who can handle the truth?

EPISODE 2.7
1 January 2020

Episode 7

Welcome to the morning after. "Sex kid" has made a huge mess—and just can't stop barfing. Chaos comes to class, and in detention, the girls bond.

EPISODE 2.8
1 January 2020

Episode 8

The talking cure may be failing Otis and Jean as they sort out their issues. A wary Maeve makes the finals. Sexy Shakespeare never goes out of style.

Sex Education: Season 2 / Reviews

IGN

IGN

The series still stands tall with bright characters, fun performances, and an unequaled candidness about sex.

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Collider

Collider

It may be pretty surface level, but it does give more care and attention to addressing the darker aspects like assault and trauma. In a way, it finally feels like education.

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The Telegraph

The Telegraph

Underneath it all is a sweet, conventional drama with lovely performances: Connor Swindells stands out as the unhappy and secretly gay Adam. But the show is less groundbreaking than it thinks.

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Vulture

Vulture

It's a really strong premiere, to be clear, nimbly picking up on last season while setting up plenty of drama for the next seven episodes - and also delivering some impeccably staged beats of physical comedy.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

"Sex Education" imagines a more colorful, more livable, and more loving world. Even if it wasn't also hilarious, charming, and chock full of heart, that would be reason enough to love it.

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Boston Globe

Boston Globe

The Netflix series... is an extraordinarily wise comedy-drama, one that is about sex, yes, but more insistently about honesty, compassion, and self-awareness.

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The New Yorker

The New Yorker

Though it's mostly a delight, Season 2, which is hard not to binge all at once, at times makes for painful viewing...

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Little White Lies

Little White Lies

Nunn is always looking for ways to connect sexual complexities to the personal context of each character.

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The Times

The Times

The broad point of this show, however, is that none of them has anything to be ashamed of. Everything is normal, and nothing is.

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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

It considers their inner lives and motivations, less concerned with what they're doing than how they feel about doing it. That empathetic approach is especially evident with the heavier story lines.

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